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Rushing, Judy (Author)
  • RELIGION / Christian Ministry / General
Salem Publishing Solutions
Xulon Press
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Have you ever told God never to do somet more ...
Have you ever told God never to do something specific in your life? This book is an amazing story of how Jesus Christ worked through the life of a 60-year-old widow, leading her to live and work with the churches in Kenya that were planted on previous mission trips. It tells of the people and churches of Nandi Hills growing in number, strength, and unity in the Lord, and how God worked in marvelous ways. May your faith and trust in the Lord Jesus Christ grow as you read this inspiring story. Never Say "Never" is a vivid picture of God at work in the life of one of His choice servants, Judy Rushing. As you read, you will follow along a path of faith where God has shown Himself strong in her life as she has trusted Him. Through challenges from major life decisions, to literal life and death situations, God told her just what she needed to know to follow His plan for her life. From these accounts, your faith will be strengthened and stretched. Jeff Cranfill Minister of Instrumental Music First Baptist Church Atlanta The author was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. She received a Bachelor of Music degree from Southeastern Louisiana College (now University), Hammond, Louisiana, majoring in piano and organ, and has served churches as pianist or organist in several states, along with her husband who served as Minister of Music until his passing in 1995. After working over 20 years on the music staff at First Baptist Church, Snellville, Georgia, she retired in 2006 and went to Kenya to live and work with the churches that she helped to plant on mission trips there. God has blessed her with two children and five grandchildren.
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